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Lesson Plans Addictions Grade 4

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Elementary Resources 

Grade 4


Leaps and Bounds

This program was developed in support of the Alberta Learning Program of Studies, 2002. It is made up of eight lesson plans, which encourage children to make sound decisions regarding drug and alcohol use and gambling. The focus of this resource is to provide the students with accurate information and assist them in acquiring life skills, while emphasizing the importance of internalizing healthy lifestyle choices.

Overview   Curriculum Links

 

Lesson 1:   Data on drugs
Lesson 2:   Divulging drug differences 
Lesson 3:   Expected effects
Lesson 4:   Health hints help: Safety rules
Lesson 5:   Healthy habits
Lesson 6:   Gambling games
Lesson 7:   Acknowledging addiction
Lesson 8:   Rounding up role models

 


 

Teaming Up for Tobacco-Free Kids is a team of organizations and companies concerned about the effects of tobacco use on kids. The team encourages elementary school children to make healthy choices and to stand by those choices. It also recognizes and respects the traditional Aboriginal use of ceremonial tobacco as opposed to the habitual misuse of tobacco.

 

 

For more information and to find an addiction office near you, please call the 24-hour Helpline at 1-866-332-2322 (Alberta only).

 

 

 


 

iMinds     

A health education resource that aims to help students maximize their drug literacy – the knowledge and skills they need to survive and thrive in a world where drug use is common. Each module has been designed to support BC Ministry of Education curricula. They are, however, adaptable to meet various educational needs and are freely available for use in Canadian schools. Teachers are encouraged to contact us if they require any help in this regard.


 

 

 


 


Lungs Are For Life     

The Lung Association’s free school program for smoking prevention. It has been developed especially for Ontario teachers and students – from Kindergarten through Grade 12.

  • Health Canada has rated Lungs Are For Life as one of the top three smoking prevention programs in the country.
  • Lungs Are For Life meets the expectations in the new Ontario Health and Physical Education Curriculum and is endorsed as an educationally valid resource by the Ontario Physical and Health Education Association (Ophea).
  • To ensure success, the program has been field-tested in over 250 classrooms across Ontario.

 

 

Young people in Grades 4 to 8 begin to decide whether they will experiment with tobacco. It is vital to help these children develop the skills they will need to stay smoke-free.

Grade 4 is the only grade within the Healthy Living strand of the HPE curriculum that concentrates on tobacco.


 

Help your students say NO to tobacco and other harmful substances. To download order free Lungs Are For Life teaching materials, go to the main site, and click on "order" in the left menu, or contact: 

 

Ornell Corvaglia-Douglas, Project Coordinator, Lungs Are For Life, The Lung Association

Phone: 519-822-7739

E-mail: ocdouglas@on.lung.ca

 


 

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